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IHPME Webinars

Session 1 – IHPME Academic Continuity: Experiences to Date & Planning for 2020-2021 (1-hour)

Session 1IHPME Academic Continuity: Experiences to Date & Planning for 2020-2021 (1 hour)

Date/Times: June 8, 8:00-9:00 AM and 7:00-8:00 PM (Town Hall/Q&A format referencing recording of live morning session).

This first-of-three sessions will include a summary of observations, issues, and recommendations made across debriefs and design thinking workshops conducted with Professional and Research Program faculty, students and staff over the past month, and review of potential delivery approaches for the 2020-2021 academic year, e.g., hybrid, online-only, or online initially with transition to hybrid or in-person); IHPME faculty “lessons learned” for online courses; and an interactive orientation to Zoom and its key features.

Pre-Work: Prior to Session 1, faculty will be encouraged to view one or more pre-recorded training sessions on Zoom, based upon their current level of proficiency. Note: For those just learning Zoom, the “Zoom Meetings for Education” recording is an excellent starting resource.

Session 2 – Using Zoom & Quercus for Teaching: Introductory to Intermediate (1 hour)

Date/Times: June 15, 8:00-9:00 am and 7:00-8:00 pm (Town Hall/Q&A format referencing recording of live morning session).

This Session focused on Faculty Development relating to the use of supportive classroom technology, and will build upon preparation/pre-work (see below) prior to the session.  The session will comprise interactive Q&A, facilitated by IHPME faculty and members of the organizing sub-committee, IHPME’s IT Coordinator and an Instructional Designer, as it relates to the pre-work content with a focus on: Zoom refresher and advanced features; integrating Zoom and Quercus; recording Zoom sessions and uploading recordings in Quercus; use of Office 365; technology needs for an online course (internet connectivity, troubleshooting; brief overview of other technology and tools supported by UT, e.g., Snag It; how & where to get help.

Pre-Work: Prior to Session 2, faculty will be strongly encouraged to (a) avail themselves of upcoming online sessions offered by CTSI over the month of June, on (i) Teaching with Quercus and (ii) Teaching with Zoom, (b) view more advanced pre-recorded training sessions on Zoom, based upon their increasing level of proficiency.

Session 3 – Designing Your Course for Online & Hybrid/Blended Delivery (1 hour)

Date/Times: June 22, 8:00-9:00 am and 7:00-8:00 pm (Town Hall/Q&A format referencing recording of live morning session).

Pre-Work: Prior to Session 3, faculty will be strongly encouraged to (a) avail themselves of upcoming online sessions (live or recorded) offered by CTSI over the month of June, on: (i) Teaching with Quercus, (ii) Teaching with Zoom, (iii) Optimizing the Virtual Learning Environment, (iv) Assessing Student Work and Providing Feedback through Quercus  (b) view more advanced pre-recorded training sessions on Zoom, based upon their increasing level of proficiency, accessible, and participating.

This Session will focus on Faculty Development relating to Instructional Design and Pedagogy.  This in-person session will be devoted to interactive Q&A, led by the Instructional Designer and facilitated by members of the sub-committee.  The session will build on participants’ preparation/pre-work (see below) with content focusing on: learner engagement (establishing rapport, building trust, enhancing & sustaining participation); overview of online-only and hybrid designs; best practices for teaching online (storyboarding, flipped/inverted classrooms, scheduling weekly sessions, managing class participation, pre-assigning breakout groups, tutorials, orienting guest speakers/lecturers, small/group and individual presentations); online assessments; online course evaluations: how & where to get more help.

 

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